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Turkey shares 2M2021 data on cargo shipment via Izmir port

Türkiye Materials 20 April 2021 11:40 (UTC +04:00)
Turkey shares 2M2021 data on cargo shipment via Izmir port

BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 20

Trend:

Over 1.23 million tons of goods were transshipped through the Turkish port of Izmir from January through February 2021, Turkey’s Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure told Trend.

According to the ministry, in the reporting period, 72,157 tons of cargo were shipped via the Izmir port by ships flying the Turkish flag and over 1.16 million tons - by ships flying the flags of other countries.

Meanwhile, no cargo was transited via the mentioned port, said the ministry.

The volume of cargo transshipment via Turkish ports from January through February 2021 exceeded 58.3 million tons.

According to the ministry, in the reporting period, the volume of cargo transshipment by ships flying the Turkish flag amounted to over 4.78 million tons.

From January through February of this year, more than 53.5 million tons of cargo have been handled by ships flying the flags of other countries, added the ministry.

Meanwhile, 11.8 million tons of cargo were transited through the ports of Turkey.

In February 2021, 29.6 million tons of cargo were handled through the ports, including 2.2 million tons by ships flying the Turkish flag, and more than 26.9 million tons by ships flying the flags of other countries.

Besides, more than 5.8 million tons of cargo were transported in transit through the ports of Turkey in the reporting month, added the ministry.

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